Very carefully restored allnew cab wood, new wood steering wheel, fresh upholstery and complete repaint
Dark blue over black exterior and black interior
194 CID inline sixcylinder Stovebolt Six
Fourspeed manual transmission with reverse lockout
Shopbuilt steel box and wood floor with a castiron hand winch
New tires, tubes and flaps plus new brake linings
Toledo truck flares included
Seeking a conversation starter for your vehicle collection? Looking for prewar truck that is unlike most 1930s models? Then MotoeXotica Classic Cars may have your solution. We are proud to present this 1931 Chevrolet Series LT 1 ton Tow Truck. We have a voided Missouri title that shows previous owner had the truck since 1974 till he sold it in 2017. From whom we purchased the truck from.
This truck was made in GMs St. Louis, Missouri factory (VIN code 3) and the LT was a midmodel year change and offered some mechanical improvements over the previous Series LS trucks.
This very carefully and conscientiously restored truck features a new dark blue over black exterior that is in great shape. The metal front bumper and rear wood bumper are in good order, as is the external sun visor. The trucks bodywork is straight and solid, the engine bay is tidy and tow area has a shopbuilt steel box, a wood floor and a castiron handoperated winch with cable and hook. Thats right, youd have to put your back into it to work this one; no remote controls, electric motors or hydraulic pumps on this baby. Additional features include a jerry can and a trio of Toledo truck flares. Note that theres only a taillight and windshield wiper on the drivers side of the vehicle.
This wrecker rolls on U.S. Tires, size 6.0020, with tubes and flaps in front and Firestone HighSpeed, GumDipped tires, size 6.5020 with tubes and flaps in the back. Each tire is wrapped around a bodycolored, solid disc wheel. The rear wheels are heavyduty. The tires and wheels are in very good order. The solid wheels give off a different vibe compared to the usual wood spoke wheels found in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Beneath the hood is Chevys 194 CID inline sixcylinder, popularly called the Stovebolt Six, because the bolts that held the engine together resembled the bolts that were commonly used to assemble wood stoves. The engine reportedly has about 3,000 miles on it after undergoing some head work. The motor is bolted to a fourspeed manual transmission with reverse lockout that has new bearing. In addition, the clutch, throwout bearing and brake linings are new.
Inside, the cab features new wood, fresh upholstery and a new wood steering wheel. The black, splitbench seat is in excellent order. Fuel gauge is inop.The floor mats are in great shape while the black metal headliner is in satisfactory shape. The blue metal instrument panel has refurbished gauges and all of the wiring has been replaced. Finally, the inner door panels are in very good condition.
Would your collection continue to be a wreck without this tow truck? Then you owe it to yourself to visit MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check this early Depressionera truck out for yourself.
This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 42 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE
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This 1931 Chevrolet Series LT Wrecker was listed for sale on 12-6-18 07:39:03. The vehicle color is Dark Blue over Black and VIN is
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